There will be no shortage of places to eat around campus.
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Masterchef competitor Sharone Hakman will also offer an exploration of global barbecue at the Downtown restaurant.
One respected French chef is followed to this Downtown restaurant by another.
Connie Tran will stay Downtown through summer.
The new market is getting a jump on Whole Foods and its natural competitors.
The engaging new Indian concept bucks tradition as often as it pays tribute.
"They want to put a massive brewery pub right smack in the middle of four apartment buildings that will bring 1,000 idiots to the neighborhood."
The chef hints that he may bring in Pekin Duck, while also offering grass-fed burgers and freestyle remixes.
One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor? Here are way more than four specials for Cinco de Mayo in LA.
The French-Algerian chef will add harissa to his BBQ sauce and cook his jambalaya in a paella pan.
With the discount for designated drivers, you can technically do 'em both.
The chef plans a salad with something so obscure he simply calls it "funky stuff."
The photographer will offer a specialty pizza with a box featuring his iconic "L.A. Hands" image.
The cultural outreach organization is opening the books to allow in more restaurants.
The edible arrangement of vegetables and herbs was planted by one of the cafe's own customers.
The seven hour event includes vendors, demos, cooking, eating, and cheese-calling competitions.
The chef is working on a menu of New Orleans classics and a buffet of Southern comfort food.
A lineup of stellar taqueros includes Mexicali, Yuca's, Tacos Leo, Guerilla Tacos, Tacos Punta Cabra, and Mariscos Jalisco.
The French chef says the "interesting thing is that Creole can be more old school French, than the French."
The movie theater serves food and drink in the same style as The Arclight.